Guide to Basic English Grammar and Vocabulary by Diwyanshi Shukla
In this post, we'll discuss the three most crucial aspects of learning English that every newcomer must bear in mind if they hope to persevere on the path to fluency.
We are aware of the significance of speaking English in today's expanding global community, and ironically, we are also aware of how many in our immediate environment see the English language and persons who speak English. English is a global language, which, without a doubt, contributes to our confidence; however, some people overvalue it and don't let it remain as just a language to convey the thoughts; rather, they make it something to feel inferior to not knowing. In contrast, another category of people undervalue it by not considering it important enough to learn, despite the fact that they are aware that English is a global language. When this is taken into consideration, having some form of fundamental direction during the initial stages of learning English is absolutely necessary.
In this post, we're going to talk about those three crucial aspects that every beginner needs to keep in mind in order to sustain themselves in the process of learning English and eventually become fluent English speakers.
1. Don't attempt to achieve perfection in the beginning stages.
When you first start out on your path to become fluent in English, one of the most fundamental, yet essential, behaviours that you need to cultivate is getting over your fear of making mistakes and being evaluated by others. If you want to speak English after you've mastered English, then I'm not sure whether you're on the correct path or not. If you want to study English first, then speak it, then I'm not sure. Learning and communicating are two activities that must go hand in hand. If you want to be able to speak perfectly, you will need to begin somewhere; you will need to go through the process, make mistakes, and eventually reach the level of perfectionists; however, if you try to achieve perfection at the beginning of the process, you may never be able to get there in real life. Speaking of individuals, I must tell you that nobody here actually gives a damn. Those who are in a position to judge you will do so for no particular reason at all; if it isn't your poor command of the English language, it will be something else. However, those who are reasonable will realise that you are still learning, and they will assist you in developing your speaking skills. Therefore, as soon as you start communicating, you discover the areas in which you are deficient and immediately set to work on improving those areas. You take steps toward being an articulate and self-assured public speaker. As a result, the recommendation would be to begin where you are, make use of what you have, and just start speaking rather than focusing solely on acquiring knowledge of correct English usage and syntax.
2. Incorporate English vocabulary words that are beneficial into your Hindi articulation.
"Hinglish" is one of the most effective tools to utilise when you are a beginner in the process of learning English. What exactly do I mean when I refer to Hinglish? You might not be able to translate your Hindi statements into English when you first begin studying English, but you will always be able to locate an appropriate vocabulary word to substitute a Hindi word in any sentence. Therefore, rather than converting the entire sentence into English all at once, just use the English terms in the Hindi sentence. This will give you a basic level of independence to express yourself in English when the time comes for you to really say it.
3. Maintain your connection to the English language:
The efficacy of your English speech and the competence of your English learning are dependent not only on the specific amount of time you devote to learning the lessons of English Grammar or usage, but also on the practical implementation of those lessons and usage in your everyday life. Don't just memorise facts and take notes; connect them to real-world applications by translating the Hindi sentences you encounter in your daily life into English, thinking in English, and drawing connections between those translations and the real-world applications and lessons you've gained from your formal or informal education. In general, it is recommended to maintain a connection to English not just by attending some classes but also by continuously and intentionally thinking about English. Classes are just one way to do this. The mental muddle that you'll create for yourself by carrying out this exercise is guaranteed to result in improved communication skills, particularly in terms of your ability to express yourself clearly in written and spoken form.
If you are also a beginner at English language study, I hope that after reading these points you will be able to formulate some sort of direction for yourself to follow. If you follow these instructions, you will undoubtedly improve your ability to communicate effectively in English.
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